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I absolutely love clocks, which is just as well as I now have a Clock gallery at Brambles Cookshop.

Not just any old clocks I might add — these are Newgate Clocks, Designed by Jim & Chloe Reid.

Newgate Clocks of Oswestry

Newgate Clocks is named after the old town gate, Newgate in Oswestry, where the company was founded and is still based today. This iconic British company designs classic, retro, industrial and mid century clocks which are now collected all over the world.

I have a great selection for you here in Audlem from the traditional styled black 'Electric' to the on trend Copper 'Master Edwards'.

I am sure you will find your perfect time Keeper -- pop in or take a look on our website, here

Prices start from £40.

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